90% of the products sold on the planet have been transported by sea.

At this precise moment, thousands of ships sail the seas of the whole world carrying goods and people.
The marine traffic crosses the seas and oceans that occupy 70% of the planet's surface.

There is a world of water that is the land of ships and crews.


It is worth exploring, with an "on going" series creating a collection of material without end and without expiry.
It is worth to portray these fascinating ships that, slow and silent, appear at dawn in the ports to disappear, full of mystery, in the mists of the evening.

And on the earth, around the ports, stories of human coexistence with ships and the sea develop. The movements of people’s lives intertwine with marine traffic.



New port building process, Vado Ligure, Italy
New port building process, Vado Ligure, Italy


Bulk carrier ship anchored in La Spezia, Italy
Bulk carrier ship anchored in La Spezia, Italy


Cargo port, Trieste, Italy
Cargo port, Trieste, Italy


Cargo ship loading during a snow storm in reykjavik, Iceland
Cargo ship loading during a snow storm in reykjavik, Iceland


Cargo ship loading containers at night in Vado Ligure, Italy
Cargo ship loading containers at night in Vado Ligure, Italy


Genoa port, ItalyGenova port, Italy


Rada porto Trieste
Ships anchored outside Trieste port, Italy


Vado Ligure, Italy
Cargo ship loading in Vado Ligure, Italy


Passenger ship approaching Barcelona port
Passenger ship approaching Barcelona port, Spain


Shipyard in reykjavik, Iceland
Fishing ship during maintenance in Reykjavik shipyard, Iceland


Trieste, Italy
Trieste, Italy


Porto La Spezia
La Spezia, Italy


Cargo port, Genova, Italy
Genova, Italy


Porto Trieste
Trieste, Italy


Vado Ligure port seen from S. Giacomo fort
Vado Ligure port seen from San Giacomo fort



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